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House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno’d home in North York

By Jonathan Forani| Photography by Tyso Media
House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

Address: 330 Brooke Avenue
Neighbourhood: Ledbury Park Agent: Adam Weiner and Amin Morshedi, Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd. Price: $2,595,000 Previously sold for: $2,659,000, in 2017 Last renovated in: 2017

The place

A 4,000-square-foot home in North York. This three-bedroom, four-bathroom house has a modern exterior and luxurious interior finishes.

The history

Local architect Richard Wengle built this home more than 20 years ago. In 2012, previous owners renovated the interior, adding new hardwood floors and updating the kitchen. Then, in 2017, the current sellers bought the place for $2,660,000. The home was listed for $3 million in 2019, but the sellers have since dropped the asking price.

The tour

There are marble floors and built-in wooden shelves in the foyer:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

Here’s the front hallway, which has oak floors:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The open-concept living/dining room has a marble fireplace and 10-foot ceilings:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

Here’s the dining room:

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House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

There’s a walnut divider between the front hall and the living/dining room:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The family room has built-in shelves and a marble fireplace with a Rorschachian design:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

Here’s a closer look. Do you see a bat or a flower?:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

There’s a projector screen for movie nights:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

Here’s the kitchen. There used to be a wall in-between this room and the living room, but the sellers tore it down:

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House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The kitchen has quartz countertops and a ceramic backsplash:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

There are porcelain floors in the breakfast area:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

This curved staircase has metal handrails:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The master bedroom has oak floors and eight-foot ceilings:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

It also has a 122-square-foot balcony:

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House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The master bathroom has porcelain floors and walls:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

There’s also a walk-in closet:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The second bedroom is 255 square feet and has windows that overlook Brooke Avenue:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

This bedroom is 150 square feet:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

There are quartz countertops in the other second-floor bathroom:

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House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

The sellers used the 500-square-foot basement as a gym:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York

Here’s the backyard:

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a recently reno'd home in North York
Big selling point

The family room, with its projector screen and marble fireplace.

Possible deal breaker

The façade might be a bit too quirky for some buyers.

By the numbers
  • $2,595,000
  • $12,489 in property taxes
  • 4,371 square feet
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 4 parking spaces
  • 2-car garage
  • 4 fireplaces

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